More comfortable and nice weather to start off the new week. Highs today will for the most part peak in a range of 60's although Casper, Cody and Torrington could feel temperatures as warm as the low 70's. Skies will remain persistently sunny and dry resulting in high fire danger with a Red Flag Warning taking effect into the afternoon for much of the Wind River Basin. Winds will be breezy at times but not near as gusty as those experienced on Saturday.
EVENING: A cool evening with winds calming especially into early tomorrow morning. Lows will fall into the 30's and low 40's with more dry skies to be seen overhead.
TUESDAY: If today's warmth was just not quite enough for you get ready for a toasty Tuesday. Highs will boost into a range of mid to upper 70's and even low 80's for far Southeastern areas. Winds will pick up as temperatures boost under continually sunny and dry skies statewide.
LOOKING AHEAD: Big changes in the forecast as this week offers up a roller coaster of weather. From warm, dry and sunny conditions Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday to highs only in the 30's and 40's with cloudy and rainy to snowy conditions to finish the work week on Thursday and Friday. Enjoy these next few days before the next push of winter weather may make you want to step back inside and keep cozy.